Shanghai-based creative A Ke has taken a number of things loved by the Internet — superheroes, video game characters, Star Wars, but mostly cats — and mixed them together in this creative mix of art.
Cat names included.
Over 200 million people have watched their Facebook Look Back videos (I am sure it’s more by now).
It was certainly a hit, especially among those active members who post photos, updates and use the social network for more than just social gaming.
But I wonder…what if Google+ compiled a Look Back video? What might that look like…
Numerous times churches and ministries have asked me, how do we get a blog running. Through the formal consulting process, we would look at their needs, goals, resources, and approaches that have already been made. More times than not, I have told them that they needed to hire someone. This could be a person that is fully dedicated to blogging, other times it was a full-time job as a blogger, social media manager, online marketer, and IT person for the whole church.
Yet, in the time I have been an editor for my own personal blog and the contributors that are writing content, I have officially made the switch. Churches: don’t hire a church blogger, instead hire a blog editor.
Manchester United is one of the most popular teams in the world’s most popular sport. So is Liverpool. Their local fanbases would probably make that of the Seattle Seahawks look relatively calm in comparison (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). A game featuring the Red Devils taking on the Reds — yes, at Old Trafford — is on the bucket list of many, self gloriously and shamelessly included.
So how does a team like United, which isn’t necessarily lacking supporters, reach out to its international fans? Link up with Google, set up an innovative Hangouts event, and open it up to the international masses…that’s how!
The iPad dominates the tablet market. As tablets are rapidly becoming the home computing system of choice, surpassing desktop and soon laptop PC’s, Apple holds profound dominance.
Did you know that 80% of web surfing in North America is done on an iPad? That’s incredible!
Will the bulk of the world’s Internet be seen through the Apple iPad?
Here’s a closer look at the tablet race:
If you enjoyed Craig Davidson‘s artwork of children pretending to be characters from Star Wars, I am sure you’ll enjoy these that are done with a Wizard of Oz theme.
The perspective on these and art style is just amazing!
Remember the silly passwords web security pundits have been worrying about for years? The ones people have finally abandoned? Yeah, let’s talk about that.
“Password” is no longer the most popular password. According to industry heavyweight SplashData, it’s the second most popular password, having been bumped by the 6-digit ironclad option of “123456″ in the last year.
In other words, feeble passwords still rule the roost.
The data is sourced from the infamous Adobe breach, and reveals some fantastic entries. Here are the top 10:
A few years ago I wrote a post comparing Google Apps vs Office 365 after writing a very harsh review of Office 365. While I think Microsoft has plenty of room for improvement, Office 365 may be a better solution for churches and ministries, especially if they qualify for Office 365 Small Business for Nonprofits, than I originally thought.
Perhaps it is the years of experience or I have begun to notice pesky kids on my front lawn, but I have been using Office 365 for about six months, now, and have a different — ahem — outlook then I had before. Here is how it all started…
There’s no better way to spend your morning than with a Church Tech Snack Pack…
…well…that may be a stretch…